John Krasinski Emily Blunt Sundance Premiere Nobody Walks

Video: See Emily Blunt and John Krasinski's Busy Sundance Weekend Together

John Krasinski and Emily Blunt are tackling Sundance together! The couple came out for the Park City screening of John's film Nobody Walks last night, but John isn't the only one with a film at the festival; Emily had her movie premiere for Your Sister's Sister over the weekend as well. Watch as we chat with both members of the cute couple in today's PopSugar Rush!

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Hi there, I'm Lauren Bradshaw, and we're chatting with Emily Blunt and John Krasinski at the premieres for both of their Sundance movies in today's PopSugar Rush. JOHN KRASINSKI: "She's here somewhere, she's been doing press all over the place. She's got her movie . . ." John Krasinski and Emily Blunt are tackling Sundance together! It was a whirlwind weekend for John who spent Friday in LA promoting his upcoming movie Big Miracle . . . JOHN KRASINSKI: I've been here for about 18 hours, three of which were spent in the car, because they shut the interstate down . . . . . . But last night, he reunited with his lovely wife in Park City for the festival debut of his film, Nobody Walks. We were there as John stopped to talk with press, but John isn't the only one with a Sundance movie; Emily's film Your Sister's Sister also screened over the weekend, and she spoke to us about her project which was shot in just over ten days in a cabin. EMILY BLUNT: "It was like being at camp. It got a little kumbaya at night, people would sit around a fire and we'd drink wine, and for some reason we all watched Conan the Barbarian one night. We were all sitting on pillows on the floor. It was just fun. Rosemarie Dewitt costars as Emily's sister in the movie, and both actresses told us they had to learn to do a lot of improv for the comedy, which some critics are already calling one of the festival's funniest offerings. EMILY BLUNT: You have to be on your toes, and it's exhausting. Brainpower-wise, at the end of the day, we'd be on the floor, dead to the world. ROSEMARIE DEWITT: It was really fun, it's a different muscle essentially. We'll have more from Sundance in the next couple days, so keep watching PopSugarTV for more from the stars in Park City.



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